Posts Tagged ‘poetry’

My Life in Art: How Jean-Michel Basquiat Taught Me to Forget About Technique

2009-02-12

Re–blog from the Guardian.

A personally written introduction to Jean–Michel Basquiat’s life and art by Will Gompertz. As mentioned earlier Basquiat’s has had a big impact in my life. For us art interested DIY-kids of Generation Y he surly is the Master.

Appropriating ‘Obama For Change’

2009-02-09

Re–blog from Do You Really Need This?

I love this post by Amina Bech on her blog Do You Really Need This? Very creative Amina, thanks for sharing!

Ed Ochester Presents a Poem by Dean Young

2009-02-09

Re–blog from the Best American Poetry.

Poetry is a big passion of mine. I buy — books being another big passion — and read pretty much every poetry book published in Swedish. I’m not that acquainted with poetry from abroad, but I do read some foreign poetry and then always through the Web. (In one sense I do read quite a lot of poetry from abroad, but then always translated into Swedish. Most often in the best Swedish poetry magazine around: OEI.) The Best American Poetry is a great resource for American poetry and now I have yet another American poet to follow: Dean Young.